The lesson on how to draw a chrysanthemum will be very easy for you, because this guide does not contain complex elements.
I am glad to offer you a new interesting lesson in which you will learn how to draw a chrysanthemum. You can use the skills gained in this lesson to draw any other drawings depicting a natural landscape, as well as a still life depicting chrysanthemums.
Chrysanthemum is a very common beautiful flower. Often people give each other chrysanthemums for any holidays as a sign of love, respect and gratitude. Chrysanthemum is considered an annual plant.
There are many different varieties of chrysanthemums. Depending on the variety, flowers differ in height, shape of the bush, flowering time and color of flowers. This flower is believed to bring good luck.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Chrysanthemum
- Draw the outline of the core of the flower.
Start drawing the flower from its inside by drawing an arbitrary shape with a wavy line.
- Add petals to the inside of the flower.
Inside the shape you drew earlier, add some small pointed petals.
- Depict the inside of the flower core.
To complete this step, you need to use a broken squiggly line.
- Start drawing the chrysanthemum petals.
Draw the few chrysanthemum petals around the center of the flower using curved lines.
- Sketch out some more petals.
In the background of the previously drawn petals, add longer petals of different sizes.
- Add another part of the petals.
Along the edges of the previously drawn petals, add lots of petals using curved lines.
- Depict the chrysanthemum stem.
Below the flower you have drawn, draw the thin stem using curved lines.
- Add chrysanthemum leaves.
To the right and left of the previously drawn stem, add one leaf of different sizes.
- Color the drawing.
To color the chrysanthemum, use beige, lilac and green.
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